What more can I say? It’s frickin’ Wiz Khalifa and Too Short. On a Jim Jonsin beat. It’s almost as predictable as the sun shining. But I wouldn’t be a writer if I stopped there, so let’s dig into the details. Wiz Khalifa is the new godfather of marijuana-cultured music and here Mr. Black & Yellow gives the public some new sights and sounds with On My Level, featuring the Godfather of the Bay Area. Vocally the two can almost be mistaken as a father and son duo with their similar intonations, and lyrically they supply the expected grandiose rants of porno-fied sexcapades and sloppy scenes of liquor chugging and weed smoking. Lots of it. It’s all over heavily synthesized production from Jonsin, who drops a slow banger made to rattle a Chevy on 28” wheels. A song for the ultimate hedonist, any fan of debauchery, Wiz or Too Short will enjoy On My Level on various degrees. In the words of Russell Crowe, and Diddy, “Are you not entertained!?!” Check for this, along with the recently released Roll Up, on Wiz’s upcoming album, Rolling Papers, set for release on March 29.
Written by Sigmund's Dope on 01/31/11
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